Denarius Moore scouting report

Denarius Moore WR Tennessee
Ht: 6’0″

Wt: 195

Strengths:
Impressive speed; a true deep threat. Averaged over 20 yards per reception in 2010. Made significant strides as a senior. A good all-around athlete. Solid hands; makes some acrobatic catches on occasion. Adequate height.
Weaknesses:
Not very strong; gets knocked off his routes too easily. Doesn’t do well when forced to make plays in traffic. Limited blocking ability. May be a one-year wonder; didn’t make a significant impact until his senior year. Didnt’ develop into a big-play threat until 2010. Struggles when matched up with more physical cornerback; gets taken out of games too easily.
Comments:
Moore has some potential as a 3rd or 4th option at receiver. He’s a good athlete with decent speed, which should allow him to earn a spot on a roster. If he can bulk up a little bit and learn to play a more physical brand of football he’ll greatly improve his chances of seeing playing time.
Posted on by Ryan McCrystal in Scouting Reports - 2011 Comments Off

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